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Originally Posted by prerunners21 View Post

5 or 6 weeks

 

I'd recommend watching the comb as well. A clearer and closer picture of it would be helpful. The wattles are looking very roo to me. Sometimes it's just simply hard to tell and you have to play the waiting game.


Edited by MinnesotaNice - 4/14/16 at 12:03pm
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I don't remember if it had white on head
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Maybe post another picture as (hopeful) she grows smile.png
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